In a chaotic year of dueling recriminations and very different visions of the future, the real question of this U.S. presidential election is: Who is better for bitcoin?
Today on the Brief:
- The digital euro is closer than ever
- Checking in on European COVID-19 lockdowns
- Economic events this week that aren’t the election
Our main discussion: Which U.S. election outcome is better for bitcoin?
After a surprisingly close Twitter poll with more than 1,600 respondents answering the question “Is Trump or Biden better for bitcoin?”, NLW breaks down the most common themes, including:
- The Senate matters more
- Anti-encryption history
- And of course… Honey Badger Don’t Care
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